Engineering Use of Geotextiles


Engineering Use of Geotextiles

 

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CHAPTER  1. INTRODUCTION
Purpose
Scope
References
Geotextile Types and Construction
Geotextile Durability
Seam Strength
Geotextile Functions and Applications

2. GEOTEXTILES IN PAVEMENT APPLICATIONS
Applications
Paved Surface Rehabilitation
Reflective Crack Treatment for Pavements
Separation and Reinforcement
Design for Separation
Geotextile Survivability
Design for Reinforcement

3. FILTRATION AND DRAINAGE
Water Control
Granular Drain Performance
Geotextile Characteristics Influencing Filter Functions
Piping Resistance

Permeability
Other Filter Considerations
Strength Requirements
Design and Construction Considerations

4. GEOTEXTILE REINFORCED EMBANKMENT ON SOFT FOUNDATION
General
Potential Embankment Failure Modes
Recommended Criteria
Example Geotextile-Reinforced Embankment Design
Bearing-Capacity Consideration

5. RAILROAD TRACK CONSTRUCTION AND REHABILITATION
General
Material Selection
Application
Depth of Placement
Protective Sand Layer
Drainage
Typical Sections
Special Applications

6. EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL
Erosion Control
Bank Erosion
Precipitation Runoff Collection and Diversion Ditches
Miscellaneous Erosion Control
Sediment Control

7. REINFORCED SOIL WALLS
Geotextile-Reinforced Soil Walls
Advantages of Geotextile-Reinforced Walls
Disadvantages of Geotextile- Reinforced Walls
Uses
General Considerations
Properties of Materials
Design Method
Design Procedure

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7 thoughts on “Engineering Use of Geotextiles

  1. Rajasekar.R

    sir,
    please give me more information for geo textile detail design procedure with suitable example in geo textile design.
    thanking you.

    Reply
  2. DUDU DJUKARDI

    sir,
    would you please to publish discussion regarding “Geotextile as same as steel reinforcement materials in reinforced concrete,
    especially when it overlay between basecourse and weak subgrade of road construction !
    thak you verymuch

    Reply

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